Today’s Headlines

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  • Amsterdam expands its bike subscription service (Bloomberg)
  • Questions raised about IIHS risk assessment of protected bikeways (Forbes)
  • There have been many studies of Uber and Lyft, and all have found negative impacts: traffic, crash rates, transit ridership (Curbed)
  • Uber drivers need data about their own trips (CityLab)
  • A new Urban Mobility Report, still wrong (City Observatory)
  • Nine-county Bay Area region may have a transportation sales tax on 2020 ballot (Patch)
  • Sacramento adopts rent control ordinance (NextCity)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • NY Times debates whether cyclist deaths by crashes are “accidents” or crimes
  • In defense of the bicycle store bike (Outside)
  • Colorado joins California and nine other states to adopt zero emission vehicle mandate (Utility Dive)
  • Trump claims California’s insistence on car efficiency standards will bring “business ruin” (Sacramento Bee)
    • Meanwhile the oil industry–pushing to roll back those standards–keeps on destroying the environment (Capitol Weekly)
  • Trump hid scientific findings on serious environmental threat so he could give free water to big farmers (Sacramento Bee)
  • Oh, great, more air traffic: Test flights begin for Sacramento-Bay Area business shuttle (Sacramento Bee)
  • Rooftop solar adoption leaves an equity gap (Tech Explore)
  • Waymo will give away its data on self-driving cars (CNET)
  • Bird is not giving cities money for better infrastructure (Smart Cities Dive)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • How an e-bike changed my life (New York Times)
  • UCLA scooter, ebike pilot will limit speeds in certain areas. Can we do this with cars?
  • Trump’s ham-handed attempt to roll back auto efficiency rules is falling into disarray (New York Times)
  • Waze allows untrained, anonymous amateurs to turn quiet streets into traffic sewers (Los Angeles Magazine)
  • Lack of housing is contributing to very long commutes (Sacramento Bee)
  • Transportation funding allocations: Over $1 billion for projects statewide (Lake County News)
  • Private funding to build freeway overcrossing for wildlife survival (LA Times)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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